RWA Protocol Blocksquare Announces $100 Million Tokenization of Real Estate Assets

Blocksquare, a real estate tokenization protocol, has announced that it has tokenized $100 million in properties across various sectors. The team believes this marks a significant advancement in the digital real estate market, facilitated by the launch of their new decentralized finance (defi) platform, Oceanpoint v0.5.

Blocksquare detailed in correspondence with News that its latest achievement includes the tokenization of 118 diverse properties, ranging from hotels to healthcare facilities, in over 21 countries. This milestone was supported by the European Union’s first notarization of a tokenized real estate transaction, which bolsters the legal framework for secure blockchain operations.

Blocksquare says the initiative aims to set new global standards for the security and efficiency of real estate investments. “Over $100 million in real estate assets in 21 countries across the globe is a clear signal to the industry that tokenizing RWAs like real estate holds immense value for creating a bridge to invest in traditional assets,” Denis Petrovcic, the co-founder and CEO of Blocksquare told News.

Additionally, Blocksquare’s launch of Oceanpoint v0.5 provides a defi platform designed to support startups in real estate tokenization. The platform offers tools and financial incentives, including significant discounts on Blocksquare’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions, facilitating easier entry and scalability for emerging businesses in this space. This initiative is powered by Blocksquare’s utility token, BST, which also allows community members to participate in governance and earn rewards through staking.

Real-world asset (RWA) tokenization has gained immense popularity due to the growth of defi protocols, increasing interest from financial institutions and governments, and the potential benefits it offers, such as increased liquidity, reduced costs, transparency, and accessibility to previously illiquid assets. The RWA landscape has evolved significantly from its initial focus on assets like gold and the U.S. dollar in recent years.

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